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God of War was the second and final story in the audio anthology Forty: Volume 1. It was written by Sarah Grochala and featured Peter Davison as the Fifth Doctor, Matthew Waterhouse as Adric, Sarah Sutton as Nyssa and Janet Fielding as Tegan Jovanka.

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The Doctor is still being jolted through his own timeline, and has now found himself with Nyssa, Tegan and Adric in ninth century Iceland near a Viking settlement on the edge of a volcano. A settlement whose leader has just found a god in the ice.

The TARDIS crew are soon in a battle with the fearsome Ice Warriors. There are a lot of lives to save…and not just those of their new friends.

The Doctor’s about to find that his biggest battle may be with his own conscience.

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  • Nyssa uses a tincture to keep her and Tegan warm. The Doctor attempts to use it against the Ice Warriors.
  • The Doctor refers to Ice Warrior cybernetics as bioelectronics.
  • The Vikings mistake Xasslyr for the god Tyr as he bares the mark of Fenrir, his hand missing.
  • The Doctor states there are Ice Warriors living far away from Earth.
  • The Doctor refers to his condition as temporal slippage.

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